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Letters of Concern from the Human Rights House in Tbilisi

Deep concern at abduction of Azerbaijani journalist Afgan Mukhtarli in Tbilisi

In a letter to the Prime Minister and Parliament of Georgia, some 23 international human rights organisations express deep concern about the abduction of Azerbaijani journalist Afgan Mukhtarli in Tbilisi, and his subsequent illegal deportation to Azerbaijan. 07 Jun 2017 »

HRHT statement on the abduction and arrest of Azerbaijani journalist in Georgia

Human Rights House Tbilisi and its member organisations call upon Georgian authorities to take all necessary steps to promptly and efficiently investigate the case of alleged abduction and forcible return to Azerbaijan of Azerbaijani journalist, Afgan Mukhtarli 05 Jun 2017 »

HRH Tbilisi, Belarusian HRH, HRHF urge Georgia to support renewal of UN Belarus mandate

Human Rights House Tbilisi and the Belarusian Human Rights House, with HRHF, have written to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, urging support at the June 2017 session of the Human Rights Council for the renewal of the UN mandate on Belarus. 30 May 2017 »

Image: Statement of the Human Rights House Tbilisi (HRHT) about May 17 Developments

Statement of the Human Rights House Tbilisi (HRHT) about May 17 Developments

The Human Rights House Tbilisi responds to the developments that took place in Tbilisi on May 17, 2016 and expresses concern about the detention of civil activists. 23 May 2016 »

Image: Human Rights House Tbilisi requests investigation into the case of the lawyer Giorgi Mdinaradze

Human Rights House Tbilisi requests investigation into the case of the lawyer Giorgi Mdinaradze

Human Rights House Tbilisi and its member organizations condemn physical assault of Giorgi Mdinaradze, lawyer at the Tbilisi State Legal Aid Service. 10 Nov 2015 »

Image: Human Rights House Tbilisi requests investigation into the case of the lawyer Giorgi Mdinaradze

Human Rights House Tbilisi requests investigation into the case of the lawyer Giorgi Mdinaradze

Human Rights House Tbilisi and its member organizations condemn physical assault of Giorgi Mdinaradze, lawyer at the Tbilisi State Legal Aid Service. 10 Nov 2015 »

Image: Political leaders in Georgia must stop slandering human rights NGOs

Political leaders in Georgia must stop slandering human rights NGOs

Members and partners of the Human Rights House Network and the South Caucasus Network of Human Rights Defenders call upon political leaders in Georgia to stop slandering non-governmental organisations with unfounded accusations and suggestions that their work would harm the country. Since October 2013, public verbal attacks against human rights organisations by leading political figures in Georgia have increased. The situation is starting to resemble to an anti-civil society campaign. 08 Apr 2015 »

Human Rights House Tbilisi statement

Human Rights House Tbilisi and its member organizations condemn screening the photo-video footage of violence to the underage children. It is absolutely inadmissible to show the photo and video footage of the prison scenes on torture and other cruelties to the adults of the age from 12 to 18. If their participation is confirmed in the event, it can be qualified as violence against children. In addition to that, the fact of showing such violent footage can traumatize under age children and also, there is a risk of simulation of the violent act by them. The state shall take measures to protect children from the information that harms their well-being (which is guaranteed by the Article 17 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child). 18 Mar 2015 »

Statement of Civil Society Organizations about Oppression from Government

We are concerned about the oppression on civil society organizations. Crack-down on the part of CSOs, who aim to defend democratic values, promote freedom and equality as well as creation of European systems of the governance, has become particularly active lately. 02 Feb 2015 »

OSGF open letter on human rights defenders in Georgia

Former Prime Minister statement not in line with the practice of democratic governance. 30 Jan 2015 »

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